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Run for the Watershed 2023: Triumph Over Challenges

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The resilience of runners took center stage at the recently concluded 2nd Edition of Run for the Watershed. 

Despite facing unpredictable weather, challenging road conditions, and transportation hurdles, 300 runners from various cities exhibited unwavering determination and resilience, showcasing the true essence of sportsmanship. 

5km Category: 


1. William Lumindas – Butuan City 

2. Keith Jay Morta 

3. Jumel Pepoy 

4. Jaian Jasmin 


1. Apple Jane Padual – Cagayan de Oro 

2. Shaina Shane Pacañor 

3. Monica Lumindras 

4. Rowena Abucijo 

10km Category: 


1. Bobby Tadlas – Maramag, Bukidnon 

2. Christian Jude Sandino 

3. Mark Rennel Hubag 

4. Shin Wednesly Ragadio 


1. Afjeel Clampiano 

2. Julie Mae Jaylo 

3. Janine Voloso 

4. Princess Pulintan 

21km Category: 


1. Ramel Neri – Cagayan de Oro 

2. Joerge Andrade 

3. Andy Tuñiacao 

4. Lloyd Brado 


1. Rosalyn Tadlas – Bukidnon 

2. Joan Maris Neri 

3. Vanessa Gavero 

4. Star Nonan 

Mayor Paul Dumlao expressed gratitude, stating, “Thank you to everyone who braved the challenges—the unpredictable weather, road conditions, and transportation hiccups… We’re committed to doing even better next time. Hope everyone had a fantastic time and enjoyed the race!” 

The top finishers exhibited exceptional determination, overcoming hurdles with remarkable power. Participants showcased grit and resilience, making Run for the Watershed a testament to the enduring spirit of our environment preservation efforts. 

Surigao City extends congratulations to all winners and participants. Your dedication to the sport is truly commendable. We eagerly anticipate future editions, aiming to build a stronger and more vibrant Trail Running community.  

See you all next year! 

(Source: Surigao City PIO Facebook page) 

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